Genius secrets everyone should try
Most things we use every day have multiple uses that we have no idea about. So, in this video, I show you some amazing secrets that will change your life.
When going camping, instead of filling your cooler bag with ice-cubes, you can fill some resealable bags with washing up liquid and freeze them. They’ll last longer.
You can save water while washing your clothes by placing your socks in a resealable bag and then adding some warm water and washing up the liquid inside. This way, you’ll wash them faster and you’ll never lose your socks in the washing machine. Another thing you can try is to put your wet umbrella in a resealable back when going into your home or a building to avoid rain drop stains on the floor.
Add a piece of cling film beneath your doormat to prevent it from sliding when you walk on it. Another genius kitchen lifehack is to reuse the lid from a tin can and protect your fingers while cutting up your veggies.
Don’t throw away your corks, you can repurpose them into all sorts of useful crafts. Such as drawer handles for your dresser, coasters or even plant pots.
I show you how to reuse old boxes to come up with your own organizers for your clothes and stationery.
Stay tuned until the end to see all the solutions I have for you. – I show you how to clean a mattress, how to remove wax stains from the carpet and many more.
0:07 – Amazing hacks using resealable bags
2:35 – How to pack your dishes while moving
4:11 – DIY stationery binder
6:22 – Amazing hack using wine corks
7:41 – Genius tricks with cable ties
9:25 – How to repurpose a Pringles container
10:39 – Genius solutions to annoying problems
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